Iceland drops all travel requirements

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If you’ve got the Blue Lagoon on your mind, you’re in luck! Iceland has just dropped all of their entry requirements, meaning that the country is once again open to holidaymakers and business travellers from the UK.

Up until yesterday, travel rules in place for Iceland meant that all visitors needed to be fully vaccinated and present a negative COVID test result taken within 72 hours of arrival. Alternatively, they also accepted proof of recovery from COVID within 180 days.

Now, the country is open without any restrictions at all even to unvaccinated travellers, so if you’re looking to enjoy the last of the winter snow – and the end of the Northern Lights season – in a place with unmatched scenery, this might just be the place for you.

Why not book your trip today?

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